Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder News & Update: Ex Lovers Rekindle Love In Coming ‘Twilight’ Film, Replaces Kristin Stewart & Robert Pattinson?
A rumor is making rounds on the internet creating great fuzz around ex-lovers Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder. A "Twilight" sequel is a definite possibility with Dobrev and Somerhalder replacing the original main cast Kristin Stewart and Robert Pattinson. How will Bella-Edward fans take this?
Another 'Twilight' Film In The Works?
Aside from the possible reunion of Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder in the series finale of "The Vampire Diaries," the ex-lovers may also reunite on the big screen. An online publication claims that fans may get a new "Twilight" movie soon but it will no longer star Kristin Stewart and Robert Pattinson.
For the past year, a "Twilight" spin-off movie is being talked about after Lionsgate Motion Picture Group Co-chairman Patrick Wachsberger hinted such. In an interview with Screen Daily, the co-chairman admitted that it's not certain yet but it's a definite prospect. Nevertheless, how did Nina Dobrev & Ian Somerhalder enter the scene?
Nina Dobrev & Ian Somerhalder Star In 'Twilight' Film?
A report from E! Online confirms that Kristin Stewart and Robert Pattinson aren't really fond of their roles in the "Twilight" saga. For one, Robert Pattinson admitted to a 2011 interview with Vanity Fair that it's hard to portray something you don't particularly like. When asked if he'd watch the film if he hadn't been the lead actor, Pattinson said he'd mindlessly hate it.
Kristin Stewart seems to share same sentiments with her former boyfriend. In a previous interview, she revealed that she struggles with debilitating anxiety while filming the "Twilight" saga. Meanwhile, Nina Dobrev has expressed her interest in joining the movie franchise. She reportedly tried to join a similar movie in the past.
However, it's up for debate whether ex-boyfriend Ian Somerhalder will join her in the rumored "Twilight" spinoff movie. Especially, if he has to answer to Nikki Reed about the possibility of joining his ex-girlfriend on the big screen.
Today marks the fifth year anniversary of "Breaking Dawn: Part 1" and with conflicting feeling towards the movie, it's hard to imagine the former lovers reunite on the big screen. More so, it all depends on book series author Stephanie Meyer if she'll produce another story.